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1 By VE7FO Version 0_1_01 How to Run This Slide Show The usual PowerPoint presentation is a very linear affair, you just move from one slide to the next. If you try that with this one, you will get totally messed up as it uses hyperlinks to arrange the order of the slides. So, use the mouse to click on the forward and back arrows at the top of the slide to move to the next or previous slide. Click on the underlined hyperlinks in the slides to see more detail To get to the first slide in the show from here you can either click on the Forward arrow at the top right of this slide or you can click on this hyperlinkthis hyperlink Problems?Problems? Hyperlink structure explanationHyperlink structure explanation

2 By VE7FO Version 0_1_02 PROBLEMS? The presentation was generated using MS PowerPoint 2000 Ive had reports that some later versions of PowerPoint can totally mess up the hyperlink structure If you seem to have this problem please let me know.

3 By VE7FO Version 0_1_03 HYPERLINK STRUCTURE EXPLANATION BACK ARROW FORWARD ARROW SLIDE ORGANIZATION CHART

4 By VE7FO Version 0_1_04 BACK ARROW Takes you to the previous slide –This might be the previous slide in a sequence of slides at the same level or, if its the first slide in the sequence it will take you to the next higher level –Used to back up to a previous slide in a sequence of slides at the same level to help answer a question

5 By VE7FO Version 0_1_05 FORWARD ARROW Takes you to the next slide –This might be the next slide in a sequence of slides at the same level or, if its the last slide in the sequence it will take you to the next higher level –Used to proceed to the next step in the presentation

6 By VE7FO Version 0_1_06 SLIDE ORGANIZATION CHART Shows how each slide fits into the presentation Find the Org Chart Here or onlineHereonline –Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader or equivalent

7 By VE7FO Version 0_1_07 PACIFIC NORTH WEST CHALLENGE TROPHY COMPETITION Presented at the first meeting of the Orca DXCC on Oct 16, 2010

8 By VE7FO Version 0_1_08 PNW CHALLENGE TROPHY COMPETITION WHAT IS IT ALL ABOUT? HOW DOES A CLUB MEMBER CONTRIBUTE POINTS TOWARDS THE PNW TROPHY?HOW DOES A CLUB MEMBER CONTRIBUTE POINTS TOWARDS THE PNW TROPHY? HOW DO WE KNOW HOW WERE DOING?HOW DO WE KNOW HOW WERE DOING? QUESTIONS? THE END

9 By VE7FO Version 0_1_09 WHAT ITS ALL ABOUT OBJECTIVE DESCRIPTION SCOPE

10 By VE7FO Version 0_1_010 OBJECTIVE To stimulate contest participation in the Pacific North West region.

11 By VE7FO Version 0_1_011 DESCRIPTION A friendly competition among 4 Clubs in the PNW region (plus Idaho)Clubs The winner is the club with the greatest total number of contest points accumulated in major contests during the Sep to Jul contest seasonmajor contests The Trophy is presented to the winning club at the PNW DX Convention

12 By VE7FO Version 0_1_012 WHICH CLUBS? BCDXC W Wash DXC Willamette Valley DXC Spokane DXA, Orca is not currently a participant but we have applied to become one. –Hard to imagine that we wouldn't be accepted. –Hopefully before CQ WW SSB at the end of this month but probably not

13 By VE7FO Version 0_1_013 WHICH CONTESTS? CQWWDX RTTY CQWWDX SSB CQWWDX CW ARRL RTTY ROUNDUP CQWPX RTTY ARRL DX CW ARRL DX SSB CQ WPX SSB CQ WPX CW IARU

14 By VE7FO Version 0_1_014 SCOPE OVERALL CLUB REGION BOUNDARYOVERALL CLUB REGION BOUNDARY MEMBERSHIP

15 By VE7FO Version 0_1_015 OVERALL CLUB REGION BOUNDARY Operations are restricted to stations located in: –BC –WA –OR –ID ID because a number of members of Spokane DXA live in ID

16 By VE7FO Version 0_1_016 MEMBERSHIP For a member's points to count for a particular contest she must: –Be a member in good standing of at least one of the clubs at the time of the contest –Have operated from a station located within the Overall Club Region Boundary Doesn't have to be a member's station

17 By VE7FO Version 0_1_017 CLUB MEMBER POINTS CONTRIBUTION HOW DOES A CLUB MEMBER EARN PNW CUP POINTS?HOW DOES A CLUB MEMBER EARN PNW CUP POINTS? HOW ARE THEY ALLOCATED TO THE CLUBS?HOW ARE THEY ALLOCATED TO THE CLUBS? HOW ARE THEY SUBMITTED SO THEY GET TO COUNT FOR THE PNW CUP?HOW ARE THEY SUBMITTED SO THEY GET TO COUNT FOR THE PNW CUP?

18 By VE7FO Version 0_1_018 HOW A CLUB MEMBER EARNS PNW CUP POINTS SINGLE OP MULTI-OP

19 By VE7FO Version 0_1_019 SINGLE OP The points earned by a Single-Op member in a particular contest is equal to the claimed raw score made in the contest –No supporting documentation required - just the claimed score –Doesn't matter who owns the station –Doesnt matter whose call is used

20 By VE7FO Version 0_1_020 MULTI-OP AT A MEMBERS STATION AT A NON-MEMBERS STATION

21 By VE7FO Version 0_1_021 AT A MEMBER'S STATION Any member's station - doesn't matter which Club The total points made by the station are divided equally among the members. –Non-members are ignored in this calculation EXAMPLE

22 By VE7FO Version 0_1_022 MEMBERS STATION POINTS EXAMPLE VE7UM makes 1M points. He has 10 newbie ops who don't belong to any of the clubs, himself, 2 ops from WWDXC and 1 from BCDXC The members each get 1/4 of the total points or 250K to allocate as they see fit –Normally this would mean that Orca gets 1/4 = 250k points, WWDXC gets 2/4 = 500k and BCDXC gets 1/4 = 250k

23 By VE7FO Version 0_1_023 AT A NON-MEMBER'S STATION Each member receives a pro-rata share of the points made by the station based on the total number of operators, including non- members EXAMPLE

24 By VE7FO Version 0_1_024 NON-MEMBERS STATION POINTS EXAMPLE VE7XYZ (a non-member) makes 4M points There are 8 ops 1 belongs to BCDXC and 2 to Orca. The rest are non-members Each member gets 1/8 = 500k points to allocate as they see fit –Normally this would mean that BCDXC would get 500K and Orca would get 1M

25 By VE7FO Version 0_1_025 HOW THE POINTS ARE ALLOCATED TO THE CLUBS A member may allocate his share of the points accumulated at a station to any or all of the clubs in any proportion that he chooses

26 By VE7FO Version 0_1_026 HOW TO SUBMIT YOUR POINTS raw score to VE7FO –Don't forget to say how your points are to be allocated OR Post to 3830 –http://www.hornucopia.com/3830score/http://www.hornucopia.com/3830score/ –Your points will be allocated to whichever club you name in your 3830 post

27 By VE7FO Version 0_1_027 WHAT IS 3830? Back in the day at the end of a contest a number of folks would gather at 3830 kHz to announce their raw scores and swap stories about the contest Raw scores and stories can now be found at

28 By VE7FO Version 0_1_028 HOW DO WE KNOW HOW WERE DOING? Once the deadline for a particular contest has passed, the PNW Cup Coordinators at each club post all their member's scores to a common spreadsheet Each club posts the spreadsheet on their website Here's what it looks like (online version)Here's what it looks likeonline version

29 By VE7FO Version 0_1_029 THE END Further details on the PNW Cup Competition will be announced on the Orca web site as they become available Thank you for your attention


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